World is the scientist

You know where is the ignorance part existing?!

When you say it’s enough I experienced and learnt everything in life. So That’s the abstract meaning for ignorance. As you can’t say that you reached the privilege rank when there are a lot of stuff still unknown to you.

World full of things that we still don’t know about. World is the school that we learn from it day by day.

In brief, world is the scientist.!!!!

Calming Philosophy 😌

Hi guys!

It’s actually taken from another website, and I loved to share with you here guys. Just found it stunning, and motivational one, as I don’t usually like to take things or posts from other people, because I have my own styles in writing. Therefore, I shared it so that other people may take it as advantage and get benefits.

Here we go with the steps!
Calming Philosophy 😌

1. Acknowledge that all emotions come from within
2. Find someone you respect, and use them to stay honest
3. Recognize there is life after failure No failure, no growth
4. Read purposefully, and apply your knowledge
5. Challenge yourself to be brutally honest
6. Reflect on what you spend the most time on
7. Remind yourself: you weren’t meant to procrastinate
8. Put the phone away and be present

9. Remind yourself that time is our most precious resource
Thank you

Jordanian Cuisine (part 6)

Hi my dear fellows!

How are you?!

I am going to discuss for post today about Osmaliyeh, .Halawa (Halva), Barazek, and Dates. As this sweets are part of Jordanian Cuisine.🙂👍


1.Osmaliyeh

If you are not a huge fan of sweets, I Am sure that you will enjoy “osmaliyeh”. Osmaliyeh is shredded phylo dough filled with rosewater cream and topped with crushed pistachios with touch of sweetness.😋



2.Halawa (Halva)

From the Arabic meaning sweet. A breakfast side or sweet-by-itself made of honey- or sugar-sweetened tahini sesame paste and infused and topped with a variety of bits, including pistachio👍😋.


3. Barazek
Barazek is served in every restaurant and sweet shops in Jordan but originally it is a syrian crispy butter cookie covered in toasted sesame, honey and pistachio. This cookie is very popular in the Levantine region and often eaten with coffee or tea.😉


4. Dates

Date is a type of sweet fruit that comes from Date Palm. The thousands of palm trees around the desert of Jordan results in great varieties of dates, from blonde to dark to the almighty Majdool date, the king of all dates.
In Jordan, you can find Dates in all kinds of form – in the dessert, eaten for snacks as dried fruit (also makes for an excellent souvenir to bring home), and even as juice.👍

Thank you for reading.

To be continued….lol 😂

Sunshine Blogger Award 

Thank you so much, Updownflight! i have been nominated by Updownflight for this award and that’s was totally unexpected and super Awesome!!! for the nomination. So Please check out her blog. https://birdflight.blog/ You can read all about her thoughts and opinions, about birds, and life, she has very interesting posts in her blog site . It’s all beautiful and based on reality. By the way, just Informing you that my nominee’s have also such a wonderful blogs, so check it out , you will love it too.
Award Rules:

1.) Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.

2.) Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.

3.) Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.

4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.

My nominees;

https://omabdalrahmaan.wordpress.com/

http://garfieldhug.wordpress.com/

https://boatsofoats.com/

http://celestialk1.wordpress.com/

http://themonochromereaper.wordpress.com/

http://tauqeerrao.wordpress.com/

http://justbrittanymoments.wordpress.com/

http://aquibview.wordpress.com/

 http://www.mulheresementes.com.br/

http://magicandbeauty.wordpress.com/

https://she-who-hears.net/

http://travellinggirl21blog.wordpress.com/
Answering updownflight’s question:

1. What is your favorite part of the day, and why?

Evening, it’s the time that I feel free, hanging out with a few friends.🍿

2. If you could choose any career and be successful at it, what would it be?

In retail business – food industries, it is the place where I can find a room for growth fast. Knowing I have experience in that field around 8 years. 

3. What is your absolute favorite piece of music? Feel free to post a video link, if available.

Je t’aime Lara fabian.🌺

4. Do you prefer reading poetry or prose?

Prose is easily to be understood, as it doesn’t need that much decorations and the language is typically straightforward, in addition, prose are contained on ideas arranged as sentences and then into paragraph. 👍

5. What food dish are you particularly good at making?

I am good on making fried fish, which it is easy to be made, while i was working abroad, I was focusing on that dish as it was not taking that much time while cooking it. 😋

6. If you wish to share, please describe your favorite photo, painting/print, or other art piece.

Nothing specific sorry 😇

7. When you were a kid, what was your favorite to?

UNO playing cards😄. Hope that days come back to play it again 🙂

8. What subject did your favorite teacher or professor teach, and why were they your favorite?

English subject, prof! He was so kind with us, and every lesson was explained clearly by him and if we have many questions to ask, he wasn’t got nervous, he was answering it all pleasantly.🙂 as he was honest while teaching, I felt that because he was covering everything in the lesson.
9. Where is the most beautiful place you have visited in your life?

Dubai is an open country where different cultures live in there. architectural buildings’ designs are so impressive as well.👍

10. At what age did you discover your first love?

Not yet ☺️

11. When did you realize you loved to write?

In 2012 😄
11 questions for the nominees:

Which part of the world you live?

What’s your favorite colour?

What’s your real name?!

What is the best dish of desserts you like mostly?!

If you have millions of dollars what are you going to do with it?!

Do you smoke?! If so why😄

What is your background?!

Do you like reading novels?! If yes what is your favorite novel?

Are you 24 hours online on WordPress site?

Jordanian Cuisine (part 5).

Hello fellows,
Hope you are doing well.
Hussein Allam is here again🙂, all i am writing about today for the following dishes Musakhan, Kofta Bi Tahini, Maqlupa, Kanafeh, and Hareesah. As a continuation for the previous series ( part 1-2-3-4) and now, let’s talk about the series 5, I guess it will be something different, as have to include some of the delicious desserts which it is the most popular dishes in Jordan.
Let’s go;😉.

1- Musakhan
Musakhan is a Jordanian and Palestinian dish of slices of bread, chicken, heaps of onions, fragrant spices like allspice and cinnamon, and lots of olive oil. The ingredients are stewed together until the onion, chicken, olives, and bread are fall apart tender and the spices have blended and harmonized. While the spices have a sweet tinge to them, the actual dish is not sweet. But you will enjoy it 100% percent for sure.

2.Kofta Bi Tahini

Kind of similar to shish kebabs, just in a completely different form, kofta bi tahini is a dish that includes a bottom base layer of minced kebab (or kofta) meat, flattened out into a patty, topped with thin slices of potato, doused in a thick tahini sauce, and then baked.

The meat on the bottom is like a base of sausage, that wonderful parsley flavored minced meat. If I didn’t know the white thick sauce all over kofta bi tahini was tahini, it is “sesame paste” looks like creamy sauce , because it is so rich and creamy. But instead it has a slightly nutty taste, and it is not nearly as heavy as a dairy based sauce.

3. Maqlupa
Along with mansaf, maqluba is another favorite taste for me🙂 Literally translated at “upside down” 😄 and here it’s called ups and downs because maqluba includes meat or chicken on the bottom, rice, and spices, all cooked together in one pot. Once the dish is ready, the pot is flipped over onto a big plate or communal tray, so the rice stays on the bottom, and the meat or chicken is left on the top. Maqluba can be garnished with parsley, fried pine nuts or other types of nuts, and slices of lemon.
The rice, since it’s cooked with meat or chicken, takes on a lovely broth flavor kind of like chicken rice (if you eat chicken maqluba), and the meat or chicken becomes fall apart tender from the long cooking process. You can really enjoy it in Jordan by eating it together with Arabic salad, the freshness of the cucumber and tomatoes really complemented the rice and chicken.


4.Kanafeh
Of all the Jordanian sweets kanafeh is the most popular sweets between all Jordanians and tourists as well because it is so unique and included an interesting combination of ingredients and textures. This dessert is popular throughout the Levant, especially known in Palestine and Jordan.


Cheese is the most noticeable of ingredients in kanafeh, which is paired with either noodles or semolina, drenched in a sticky rose scented syrup, and topped with a pinch of ground pistachios. The cheese on the bottom tastes similar to mozzarella, while the top crust is crunchy and gooey.

5. Hareesah
If you are a huge desserts fan or sweets eater, You will love eating constantly. However. desserts are a big part of the cuisine in Jordan, and there are huge shops dedicated to just serving desserts.

One of the many common and widely available Arabic desserts in Jordan is hareeseh, a sweet made with semolina, coconut, cream, sugar, yoghurt, and almonds, all baked until golden brown. Hareeseh is prepared in bar form, kind of like the size and density of a brownie (although nothing like it in taste). It’s a very sweet dessert, and has a slight floral taste to go with the grainy texture of the semolina.
To be continued….
The last series are on the way to be finished, have a patient.😄
Hope you enjoyed reading it.
Thanks .